JOBS: Lecturer Architecture and Contemporary Practice, Lecturer in Architecture and Environment, Lecturer in Architecture and Urbanism. University of Edinburgh

Jobs: Lecturer Architecture and Contemporary Practice, Lecturer in Architecture and Environment, Lecturer in Architecture and Urbanism. University of Edinburgh

Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture

The Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture currently seeking to appoint to the following available posts:

  • Lecturer in Architecture and Contemporary Practice
  • Lecturer in Architecture and Environment
  • Lecturer in Architecture and Urbanism

Applications are invited for a full-time Lectureship in Architecture and Contemporary Practice. The post holder will be expected to be an active researcher with a recognised specialism and track record of publication and/or funding in the field of architecture and contemporary practice, exploring the social, political, and economic aspects of contemporary architectural practice and production in the global built environment. Evidence of the ability to situate a disciplinary specialism in wider cultural and societal contexts is desirable. Evidence of an understanding and agile use of innovative historical, theoretical, digital or design methodologies is desirable.
Full details for this position are available here (Vacancy Ref : 046900). Closing Date: 5pm (GMT) on 15th March 2019
Applications are invited for a full-time Lectureship in Architecture and Environment. The post holder will be expected to be an active researcher with a recognised specialism and track record of publication and/or funding in the field of architecture and contemporary environmental design studies which has a clear interface with social, political, economic aspects of contemporary practice and policy in the global built environment. Evidence of the ability to situate a disciplinary specialism in wider cultural and societal contexts is desirable. The successful applicant will be expected to contribute to a lively and internationally recognised research culture at the intersections of architecture, landscape architecture, urbanism and the creative arts, reflecting ESALA’s distinctive position in the University’s Edinburgh College of Art. Potential to contribute to building productive interdisciplinary connections in architectural and environmental design research that connect with the University of Edinburgh/ Heriot Watt University Edinburgh Strategic Alliance’s existing strengths in innovative design, hybrid design processes and digital media, health, wellbeing and environment, global cities, spatial planning and place, history and heritage, urban theory and practices, sustainable cities is desirable.
Full details for this position are available here (Vacancy Ref : 046901). Closing Date: 5pm (GMT) on 15th March 2019
Applications are invited for a full-time Lectureship in Architecture and Urbanism. The post holder will be expected to be an active researcher with a recognised specialism and track record of publication and/or funding in the field of architecture and contemporary urban studies/urban research which has a clear interface with social, political, economic aspects of contemporary practice, policy and infrastructure design (green, digital, social etc) in the global built environment. Evidence of the ability to situate a disciplinary specialism in wider cultural and societal contexts is desirable. Evidence of an understanding and agile use of innovative historical, theoretical, digital and/or design methodologies is desirable.
Full details for this position are available here (Vacancy Ref : 046938). Closing Date: 5pm (GMT) on 15th March 2019
These are full-time, open-ended positions tenable from 1 July 2019.
Salary Scale: UE08, £40,792 – £48,677

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